No string confusion objection decisions have been published since August 28.
Has the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) ceased publishing results from string confusion objections in the wake of contradictory decisions?
It sure seems that way.
The group had been on a roll publishing decisions. It published a number of August 26. Two days later it published even more decisions. Then on August 29 it published an updated decision list in which the only change seems to be the omission of a somewhat controversial decision.
Since then: radio silence.
I suspect ICDR is taking a step back to review decisions that its panelists are submitting. I’m curious what sort of leeway it would have to suggest panelists change or review their decisions, especially in the case where multiple objections were filed against the same string.
There has already been a contradictory decision for .cam. Other cases with multiple objections against the same string include .cars, .mobile, .pets, .store, and .网店.
If any applicants have received decisions since August 28 that have not been published yet, please let me know.